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Brake master cylinder letting in air at pedal

Renault megane scenic brake master cylinder letting in air at pedal there is a little moisture on the rubber gator under the pedal. brakes work fine and resevoir doesnt go down is there a seal at pedal end that can be replaced or will i have to change whole master cylinder if so how? you can hear air escaping at pedal when you take your foot off the brake

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